Listen, my friend, everyone is doing a political science degree and many are doing an IR degree, BUT you have to look ahead and find out what the critical areas of need/knowledge/language will be and create YOUR NICHE. Cybersecurity, SIGNET, Global Spatial, etc. are going MASSIVE. Russian languages will be big. Find out what MOVES YOU and follow the yellow brick road and be ambitious and SEPARATE YOURSELF FROM THE PACK. I look around my grad class and most of these kids just want a JOB but don't necessarily have VISION about all the possibilities and what MOVES them. Do you want to work in an embassy, do you want to do Foreign Service and in what capacity, do you want to go into clandestine service. All of these areas are a certain culture and a certain lifestyle. What get's your blood pumping, man?? If I was 10 years younger I would be totally down with being a gun toting, knife wielding, door busting mega ultra super lightening agent babe, but alas, I am over 37 and have little kids and it's too late for me...but it may suit you at this point to investigate becoming an agent if THAT is what excites you.
I will say this to help you, the more focused and specific about WHAT you want to concentrate in, the easier it will be for you to focus your energy and direction and the easier it will be to find a position. For instance, my background, language and cultural skills are North African and my desire is to become expert with a concentration in that region and currently pursuing an MA in Intelligence Analysis. All that I am doing is exploring future options and I know more education is NEVER a loss.
Does anything I said help??